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what’s the procedure of send SMS in AXE?

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    J-F Vezina
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    Hi to all!
    I work as rbs tech and i was wondering if anybody could send me informationS ABOUT the meaning of LMO code when a rxmsp is done under RXOTRX in winfiole.

    THANKS!!!

    #38019 Reply
    lj
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    LMO is Blocking origin of logical managed object. This variable is only printed for managed object instances of class TS, TF, RX and TX. For TRX you don’t get any value.

    #38020 Reply
    venu
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    1)Difference between GSMSC and IWMSC?
    2)
    A)I understand that GMSC is an MSC for connecting to the PSTN. Is it a seperate MSC dedicated for connecting to the PSTN or is it just a SW function of the MSC?
    B)In a mobile network, and that the HLR is assoicated with the GMSC(not the MSCs) while
    each MSC with have its own VLR. Is this a usual configuration for a mobile operator?
    Any one can reply me Plz?

    #38021 Reply
    arshi madan
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    hi
    i am new in switch axe 810 …
    what is known as a sp code ??

    #38022 Reply
    Bob Smith
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    SP-Signalling Point, similar to IP addressing

    #38023 Reply
    lino
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    Dear friends
    I will like to know how to get through winfiol the number of subscribers in postpaid service. the data which make the difrence with prepaids is oick: 0 for post and 199 for prepaid.
    thanks

    #38024 Reply
    mahesh babu
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    hi arshi madan ,
    sp code is like IP address of the switch.

    #38025 Reply
    Rajesh Karavadi
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    What is the difference between ShortMessageSwitchingCenter(SMSC) and MessageSwitchingCenter(MSC),How we can differentiate?

    #38026 Reply
    Mike
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    Hi Lino,

    I am Mike from Samoa, to get a printout for postpaid service cutomers, use this command.

    hglip:sud=oick-310;
    for prepaid customers use
    hglip:sud=oick-311;
    or if your postpaid profile have a different value then use that one, likewise in prepaid profile.

    thanks,

    Mike

    #38027 Reply
    KOKOSSAÏ Richard
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    Hi All,
    I’m new Axe Engineer. I work for a mobile telephone company in Cameroon. I would like to know about Hardware overview of all nodes(HLR,MSC, BSC). Please Help. Thanks in advance

    #38028 Reply
    Lino
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    Thank you Mike for the answer; the problem is that this command “hglip:sud=oick-0” (in our system for postpaid), gives only the list of the MSISDN of the subscribers that you should copy in excel to get the total number of them. what i need is the command to get directly the total number of postpaid.

    Thank you very much!

    #38029 Reply
    mohamed ali
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    hi all is this the first time to jione with you iam ccnp but ilike mobile communication field verry much so imneed to improce my self to be qualified i take many courses in mobile communication 2G and 3G
    but ineed more technichal material like BTS config.axe coman if you ca n help me pleas help rgds

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